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3 Surprising Reasons For Gum Pain

Whether you wear clear braces or metal braces, your gums need to healthy in order for your dental appliances to "work their magic." While many cases of gum pain are attributed to gingivitis, there are other, less common causes. Here are three reasons you may be experiencing gum pain and what you can do about them: Sinus Infection If you experience nasal congestion, post nasal drip, a bad taste in your mouth, or loss of smell, you may have a sinus infection.

3 Tips For A More Pain-Free Root Canal Treatment

Are you currently experiencing dental pain? Have you been told that you may need a root canal but you've been putting it off? Nobody really likes going to the dentist but the thought of it can be even worse if you're in need of significant treatment. While there is currently no way to completely avoid needing to go to the dentist, there are definitely ways to at least make it less unpleasant and to make the recovery process easier.

Dental Crowns And Their Uses

A dental crown covers the natural crown of a tooth and is quite versatile. Here is a bit of information about dental crowns and their uses. Dental Crowns Are Made From a Variety of Substances Dental crowns may be made from a number of different substances, depending on the needs of the dental patient. Pediatric patients are typically fitted with dental crowns that are fashioned from stainless steel. The stainless steel crowns tend to be inexpensive and effective.

How To Strengthen Your Jaw After Tooth Loss

If you've had one or more missing teeth for a long time, chances are you've noticed a change in the way you look. It's not your imagination - losing one or more teeth changes how your jaw and chin appear. This isn't because there's no longer a tooth holding your mouth open, but because of changes that have occurred under the surface of your gums. If you want to know how to reverse this problem, read on.

Chip Off The Ol'...Tooth? Simple Steps To Repair A Chipped Tooth

Whether damaged during an accident, while playing sports, or after using your teeth as a tool to open a package or bottle, a chipped tooth requires immediate care. Although it may seem small, a chipped tooth allows food and bacteria to build up, increasing your risk of cavities, decay, and gum disease in the future. If you have recently chipped your tooth, use this guide to repair the tooth and prevent further issues that can affect your oral health.